dr. B.F. (Bertus) Jeronimus
Bertus Jeronimus studies individual differences in what humans feel, think, want and do (personality) and their subjective wellbeing ("happiness") and lifespan trajectories of these phenomena and their link to stress, anxiety, depression and the socioecology in which one lives and grows, especially intimate support relationships, daily activities, adverse events, culture, and history. Jeronimus works at the University of Groningen in the Department of Psychology and in the Interdisciplinary Center Psychopathology and Emotion regulation (www.ICPE.NL). See Google.Scholar or Researchgate for details. Currently focused on happy neurotics, the stress process, and the unfolding Covid-19 pandemic and the psychosocial consequences.
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